Kriggel23
When you create a relation between the active(!) thought A and a pinned thought B via dragging a line to the pin for thought B, than a pin for thought A is created, too.
Works with "A child of B" and "A jump to B".
No feature to me.

Kind regards,
Kriggel23

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SamCox
Make sure you aren't dragging thought A to the pinned thought B -- drag only from the appropriate handle (child, parent, jump). When linking to/from pinned thoughts, you should see neither of the thoughts move.
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Kriggel23
 I was dragging a relation from a handle, not just moving the thought in question ... and was able to reproduce it several times, on two different installations of PB. So, I'm quite sure.
Thank you anyway...
Kriggel23

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Elmar
Kriggel23 wrote:
 I was dragging a relation from a handle, not just moving the thought in question ... and was able to reproduce it several times, on two different installations of PB. So, I'm quite sure.


I also recognized this behavior. But it happens only sometimes. I can't say when it happens and when not.

Elmar.
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Harlan
It sounds like a hit-testing bug... Hard to track down, but we'll look into it. Thanks.
Regards,
-Harlan
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